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The short story is a classic for a reason – and editors say it isn’t going anywhere any time soon. Here’s a look back at the form from its origins to the present, plus tips and fresh insight on where to find homes for your stories in the future.
What elements go into writing a memorable rom-com that readers will enjoy? Here’s what the pros say.
Understanding the world of fantasy and its subgenres, plus pro tips for how to succeed in the genre.
There’s a whole world of publishing opportunities outside your local newsstand.
Maximize your readership – and your profits – with these key steps.
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Here are 10 of the most popular romance tropes you’ll see on bookstore shelves along with tried-and-true tricks for writing each one.
Ready to take the page to screen or stage? Here’s how the two forms differ.
How to create and cultivate a successful publishing partnership.
Have you heard? The audiobook market is on the rise. Here is what authors need to know to take advantage of it.
Learn how to grow and develop your audience through sending email newsletters.
Here’s everything you need to know about writing (and publishing) your own happily ever after.
In an overcrowded publishing marketplace, your book cover is crucial to its success. Here’s what you need to know.
Writing magazine articles can help you promote your book, write about what you love, and get paid for your words. Let this article show you how to connect with your audience, and better publicize your work.
We hear whispers that indie authors can make just as much as – if not more than – traditionally published authors. But who are these mythical indie authors, and how are they making it work?
Before taking the step toward self-publishing, it is important to understand more about the industry and the reality of venturing off on your own.
Fifteen tools and ideas that make marketing easier for introverts.
Knowing what editors are looking for can increase your chances of getting your stories published.
Tap your well of creativity.